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Troubleshooting Group Policy with Gpupdate

06th April 2011
Recall that the Gpupdate tool, which is new in Windows Server 2003 (and also exists in Windows XP Professional), enables you to refresh mcse 2008 exam policy immediately. Gpupdate replaces the Secedit /refreshpolicy command used for refreshing GPOs in W... Read >
Author: Zhuimeng

Folder Redirection and Offline Files

06th April 2011
As discussed earlier in this lesson, folder redirection provides 70-680 users with central network access point for storing and finding information, and administrators with a central net-work access point for managing information. However, in the event of... Read >
Author: fiona

Top 10 windows password recovery tools

28th March 2011
If you ever forget your Windows password or you just want to recover the lost password or in case you need to enter a system for which you do not know the password, you certainly would not like end up reinstalling Windows via a bootable disc after failing... Read >
Author: Amrita

Where Permissions Are Stored

30th November 2010
The first version of the NTFS file system stored security descriptors with each file MCITP Certification and folder, and with each registry key. If a permission was changed on a folder, all files and folders below that folder inherited the permission chan... Read >
Author: Shirley

Ieframe.dll Crash Problem Ė How to fix Ieframe.dll Error

17th November 2010
You must getting ieframe.dll error now. Do you have a effective way to fix ieframe.dll error or you are still looking for a best solution? Are you tired of trying so many ways to fix ieframe.dll error but all failed? It is just the right article for you t... Read >
Author: Tocolue

Troubleshooting Wireless Network Card - Blue Screen of Death

19th August 2010
As Wi-Fi hotspots are mushrooming all over the world, they let people have the chance to get rid of those inflexible network cables and surf on the net wirelessly in the WLAN. However, a high-performance wireless Internet access is not an easy thing for s... Read >
Author: ALINA

MCSE 70-270 free study notes

06th August 2010
Since we posted MCSE 70-270 Exam TechNotes(1) about installing XP Professional,it has been a long time .However ,on that post ,we did not list or post all of the explanation to the topic areas for this exam .When you read through that post , you still can... Read >
Author: JKDKJ

Built-In Repair Feature of Windows XP

10th March 2010
Windows XP made remarkable in operating system hierarchy. Since its launch, it gained great popularity. It has numerous interesting and useful features, which let you to accomplish your intended task in finer and faster manner. This is the good part of it... Read >
Author: kay

Error 2738 - How to Fix it

22nd November 2009
Error 2738 occurs usually because Visual Basic Script is either not installed or not properly registered in the computer. This issue is rather easy to fix, and we'll cover the steps in the following paragraphs. If you have not installed Visual Basic Sc... Read >
Author: Jason Webber

RemoteApp Desktop Connections

22nd October 2009
RemoteApp and Desktop Connections is a feature that you can use to access programs and desktops (remote computers and virtual computers) provided to all users in a network by the network administrator of your work environment. Actually, this facility i... Read >
Author: Tutang MM

Access Database Corruption due to Opportunistic Locking

17th September 2009
Opportunistic locking or Oplocks is a Windows mechanism designed for client/server databases that permits several processes to lock the same file, when on the same time local data caching improves the performance over network. But these default settings o... Read >
Author: colindolly

How to Rectifying Error Message úDRIVER VERIFIER DETECTED VIOLATION in Windows

01st June 2009
Driver Verifier (Verifer.exe) is a tool used in Windows 2000, XP and 2003 that is used to troubleshoot the driver issues. The tool increases the stability and reliability of the system by monitoring and stressing drivers to detect illegal function calls o... Read >
Author: k madhav

SAM Failed to Initialize in Windows

25th March 2009
Windows 2000 and later versions use a database to store user's passwords called Security Accounts Manager (SAM). The database is saved as a registry file. Adding to some levels of protection to stored passwords, this database uses hash format. Now since i... Read >
Author: Tyler Jose

How to Add Or Replace a Graphics Card

10th September 2008
Replacing or adding a graphics card might seem a bit intimidating, if you haven't been inside of a computer case before. But rest assured that it is a fairly simple process. Note, always make sure you are grounded, and watch where your hands are when y... Read >
Author: Troy Gates

Top 5 Considerations When Formatting Your Portable Hard Drive

30th July 2008
Have I Backed Up My Portable Hard Drive? The most important thing to consider when formatting your portable hard drive is whether you've backed up your data! Any other choice you make, short of dropping it in a garbage disposal, can be changed later on... Read >
Author: jhedgecoth
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